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Welcome to the SCPKin Discord!

Rules:

1. Be respectful of others.
2. Keep the chats PG-13 at the very least.
3. Doubles are allowed, so if you aren’t comfortable with doubles, this channel may not be for you.
4. Don’t call others ‘fakes’, because that’s just rude.
5. Well, be kin with someone from the SCP canon.

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Once you pass the application, I will contact you either by Discord or Tumblr with the link to the channel.

Searching for enslaved women, often through the texts produced by those who enslaved them, is a daunting research exercise not only because of the difficulty of releasing the voices of these women bound in such texts, but also because of the diversity of these enslaved females’ experiences, cultures, and perspectives. What can one say definitively about the lives of millions of women spread across thousands of miles over hundreds of years?
—  Stevenson, Brenda E. “INTRODUCTION: WOMEN, SLAVERY, AND THE ATLANTIC WORLD.” The Journal of African American History 98, no. 1 (January 1, 2013): 1–6. doi:10.5323/jafriamerhist.98.1.0001.